Latest update: November 6th, 2012
His call to arms, pretty much the same as the Tea Party’s, is also the longtime battle cry of American conservatives of the late twentieth century – a cry that has been reinvigorated by the apparent abandonment of these very principles by politicians and government officials in both major parties and which has been given a final push over the edge of public perception by the recently elected Democratic majority’s increasingly unpopular left-leaning agenda.
If such views really are reflective of how the majority of Americans feel, the Democrats’ current control of Washington may ultimately be recognized, in hindsight, as having been little more than a temporary aberration, the result of a perfect storm of past Republican fiscal imprudence, a weakened Republican administration going into the ’09 elections and a record-shattering financial crisis that is now, hopefully, behind us.Stuart W. Mirsky
About the Author: Stuart W. Mirsky, a former New York City official and longtime Republican activist, is the author of several books, including a historical novel about Vikings and Indians in eleventh-century North America (“The King of Vinland's Saga”); a Holocaust memoir about a young Jewish girl trapped in eastern Poland at the height of World War II (“A Raft on the River”), and a work of contemporary moral philosophy (“Choice and Action”) exploring the linguistic and logical underpinnings of our ethical beliefs.
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